Curtain up for the automobile invented by Carl Benz in 1886: the Mercedes-Benz Museum brings to life its history and stories about the connection between technology and everyday life, between contemporary history and popular culture. It shows you an exciting interaction between innovation and history.https://www.mercedes-benz.com/de/mercedes-benz/classic/museum/
Around 80 vehicles and various small exhibits are on display in the spacious exhibition area of the Porsche Museum. The constant change of exhibits contributes to the dynamic of the exhibition. You will also find a special workshop for the historic museum vehicles on around 26,000 square metres of museum space. Through a glass pane, you can watch Porsche classics being restored or vintage cars being prepared for racing. This service is in demand - because around 70 percent of all Porsche ever built are still on the road today.https://www.porsche.com/museum/de/
The Kunstmuseum Stuttgart has a permanent collection and three to four special stables. A disused tunnel system increases the exhibition area by 5,000 square metres in a discreet and sophisticated way. Here you will find the highlights of the collection: over 15,000 works of Swabian Impressionism, classical modernism and contemporary art.
The Stuttgart Art Museum is known for its collection of works by the artist Otto Dix.
Hohenzollern Castle, the ancestral seat of the Hohenzollern family on the edge of the Swabian Alb, is not a museum in the traditional sense, but it is a place steeped in history and at the same time extremely lively. Every year it attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world.
Exciting stories about Hohenzollern Castle itself, but also about its inhabitants, await you here.
Ludwigsburg Castle is one of the largest remaining Baroque castles in Europe. The wealth of sights in the Residenzschloss, in the museums and in the surrounding gardens alone offer you enough sights worth seeing for several visits. This broad programme is complemented by special guided tours on historical and artistic themes.https://www.schloss-ludwigsburg.de/start/
The Wilhelmina is a unique combination of zoo, botanical garden and historical park. In addition to 11,000 animals in almost 1,200 species, you can discover over 8,500 plant species and varieties here.
Your visit is worth it at any time of the year. In March the magnolias bloom north of the Alps, in spring and summer many animals have offspring and in autumn and winter you can enjoy the warm greenhouses and animal houses in peace.
A spectacular production, brilliant music by Oscar winner Alan Menken and a dreamlike love story from 1001 Nights - that's Disney's Aladdin. The musical tells you the timeless story of Aladdin, Dschinni and the three wishes and takes you into the magical world of the Orient.https://www.stage-entertainment.de/musicals-shows/stuttgart/musicals-in-stuttgart.html
One of the largest Christmas markets in the region has over 200 stands in Esslingen. Here you can feel and touch the Middle Ages, taste, smell, be there and take part. Whether bathing in the tub, archery or medieval dances - here the clocks are turned back 600 years.https://www.esslingen-marketing.de/weihnachtsmarkt-3
The foundation stone for the Cannstatter Volksfest was laid as early as 1817. Over the decades, the festival has succeeded in combining tradition and modernity in a unique way.
With around 4 million visitors, it is one of the largest folk festivals in Germany.
During this city tour you will combine a good, regional meal (3-course menu) in three different traditional restaurants with an entertaining walk through the beautiful old town of Kirchheim unter Teck.
For this city tour you are requested to register up to 1 week before the event.
"Stauna ond Spaziera"
Best of all: at the end of this guided tour you will be able to speak the first words in Swabian and order a "quarter wine" in the next wine tavern.
In addition to Esslingen's most famous sights, this city tour revolves around the stories, customs and traditions of the Swabians.
This exciting puzzle course for adults takes you past the famous sights of Stuttgart and is an entertaining way to get to know the city of Stuttgart. With skill and the ability to combine, you must find the right path, solve puzzles and complete tasks.
For children from the age of 8, the "Little Hunters" tour offers a scavenger hunt specially tailored for children.
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